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take a time out and our first guest will be the former u.s. congressman, tom mcmillen, who will talk about the new plan to reform congress developed by the bipartisan group that calls itself "no labels." later, newt gingrich, former speaker and former presidential candidate. lots of issues, including the 2012 provincial race. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> i do not envy the drowsy harmony and of the republican of party. they squelched debate. we welcome it. they deny differences. we bridge in them. they are uniform, we are united. [applause] >> the choice is this year and not just between two different personalities or between two political parties. they are between two different visions of the future. two fundamentally different ways of governing. they are government of pessimism, fear, and limits, and hours as of hope, confidence, and growth. -- ours is hope, confidence, and wood. >> this year what the republican and democratic conventions live on c-span starting monday, august 27. this weeken
minutes, we will talk with former maryland representative tom mcmillen about bipartisan plans to reform congress. plans to reform congress.
discussion. >> on washington journal, tom mcmillen, a member of the nonpartisan group no labels. he will talk about the plan to change how congress operates. then the newt gingrich, the former house speaker will discuss the 2012 race, potential running mates for mitt romney and the debate over welfare reform. and a look at airline safety and last week's eric cantor out -- air traffic control error at reagan national airport. tabletop with the president and ceo of the flight safety -- we will talk with the president and ceo of the flight safety organization. >> sunday, look for our interview with andrew essentially my predecessors as correspondence and diplomats in berlin. despite all the time i found it -- spent in germany, i had not thought about what it would have been like to been a correspondent in the 1920's and 1930's, and how you would have operated. what would you have noticed or not noticed, much less how would you have acted? sunday at 8:00 on the c-span. >> republican esidential candidate mitt romney continues to criticize president obama for recent changes to the welfare refo
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